‘The King’ stops at the Sid next week

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Elvis – The Moments, featuring Pete Paquette with Rudy and the Angels Showband will be playing at the Sid Williams Theatre on Tuesday, Oct. 28.

He has the look, he has the moves, and he has the voice, Pete Paquette, an international multi-award winning Elvis Tribute Artist and voted Las Vegas Elvis Festival Best Performer, brings you back in time to relive the music of Elvis Presley with Elvis – The Moments. Supporting Pete will be Toronto’s finest Rudy and the Angels Showband.

Elvis – The Moments takes you through the musical career of one of the most celebrated entertainers, Elvis Presley.

An authentic and energetic show that showcases some of the most memorable moments of the King’s live performances, from his early years of rock n roll in the 1950s to his explosive energy as he returned to perform live on stage in Las Vegas during the 1970s.

Show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $39 apiece and available at the Sid box office, or online at bit.ly/1riQ5Tx

 

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